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The Sun Inn

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Introduction
The Sun Inn was once lodged in by Canterbury pilgrims and has cask ales, stouts and beers from 1440. It is not be confused with the later Sun Hotel in nearby Sun Street! The Sun is now the Cathedral Gate Hotel, full of beams and sloping floors. Starbucks on the ground floor still has original interior stone walls.

 Adjoing 36 Burgate, Christchurch Gate goes to the Cathedral. The two other pilgrims’ hostelries were also in The Buttermarket: The Bull Inn (now a cookshop) and The Chequer of Hope Inn, with cellar remains only.

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Hazle Ceramics
The Sun Inn
on Canterbury Burgate
Painted by Hazle Boyles
From year of issue in 2003.
Hazle paints the first few of
of any edition, unless it is a painter’s numbered creation.

 The Cathedral seen from Christchurch Gate. Founded by Saint Augustine in 602AD, it is now a World Heritage Site. Since Saint Thomas Becket’s murder in 1170 by King Henry II’s four knights, it has been a place of pilgrimage - as depicted in Chaucer’s 1300s Canterbury Tales.

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 A portion of Ezra Winter’s 1939 glorious Canterbury Tales mural at the US Congress Library in Washington that shows the Squire’s son, a Yeoman, the Doctor of Physic and Chaucer himself turned talking to the Lawyer.

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